September 18, 2021

Ask Janice Bell: Help … I think I like my pastor.

Dear Janice, It’s a shame to admit that, but I think I like my pastor. I have been going to this church for the last 35 years and we recently got a new pastor.

She moved here from Nigeria in 2019 and she is beautiful. I don’t just mean that he is handsome حال even though he is-he is real, caring, and lovely. Of course there are more than a few issues with it. But I think I can take him away from my sacred duties, even though he is 30 years my junior. Do you think that I should try to get rid of this anger and move on to a loving relationship in the real world? Name and address provided.

Dear Anonymous, I am trying to remove your age in the hope that it is just a period of menopausal madness on your part! A few issues? Look, I’m not surprised by your charm and fixation for this young man and no doubt he is very handsome, but apart from being unavailable, angry and 30 years younger, he is a priest! And 3. It’s her job to be kind and caring, so please don’t take her sympathetic gestures as any kind of personal love.

This man already has a loving relationship… .. with God, so I doubt that whatever you offered will be compared, therefore, I beg you to offer him sex Don’t embarrass you

He chose to live an angry life and perform his duties according to the laws of his God.
The feeling of loneliness is really low and it can have a huge impact on our well-being, and being alone can make people overcome unrealistic ideas and emotions. Join groups of like-minded people and take positive steps to feel better with your place of worship.

Maybe this is the right time for you to pause your church for a while until your feelings and affections for this young man subside. But if the church is a big part of your life, it would be a good idea to go to another place of worship where your focus is only on God, not on His priesthood!

Dear Janice, my daughter has been watching a boy from university for almost two years. They seem to have a lot in common and spend a lot of time together. He is very polite and well mannered and treats her well, but he looks very polite (I caught him sewing his ham up), and my gut realizes that he is gay. Is a worshiper. Do you think I should confess my thoughts to my daughter before she spends more time with each other? Jenny

Sweet Jenny, of course not. First of all, you have no reason to think that he is gay other than a gut feeling and a little stitching. This is not a Savile Row tailor delivery to be gay for good!

Men have a regular skin care system these days, hugging their partners, and sitting cross-legged, among many other things that can be described as physical, but it’s a checklist for being gay. do not have. Jenny, women are usually attracted to men, but others value and appreciate the gentle side of their man. You don’t say if they have sex, but the gay man has no interest in having sex with someone of the opposite sex.

Maybe it’s bisexual. Maybe he knows it. Maybe they’re just enjoying each other’s company. And maybe … you should keep your nose out.
Their business.

Dear Janice, I really want to expand my breasts but I know my mother will be very restless. I’ve always had a flat chest and am really sensitive and embarrassed about my appearance. There are some clothes I will never wear because they reflect my true self, I hate taking off my clothes in front of anyone, or I like to swim.

I’ve been dreaming of it for a long time and I’m secretly saving it to fund it myself, so it’s not like I’m asking my mother for money.

I could have done it and she probably wouldn’t have noticed, but if I told her and she said no I would faint. Daniel

Dear Daniel, if you had an operation and your mother did not notice a change in your body, she is either blind or you have wasted your money.

Let’s face it, you don’t want big unnatural looking breasts like Katie Price, but there’s really no point in putting yourself through surgery so there’s no significant difference.

From your mother’s point of view, it will not be about money, no, it will be about her daughter performing unnecessary surgery on herself. (Anyway in his eyes), and Health Risks are included.

The best thing you can do is talk to your mom. It may be ballistic at first as you say, but explain how you feel about your body, and this procedure can bring confidence and happiness into your life.

Do a lot of research and find a reputable breast enlargement clinic, visit and see your mother with a consultant and talk about procedures, recovery time, cost, risks, etc. Easy. good luck.

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